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Mar

2011

Novara Verita Bike Jacket review
Written by Darian Ahler   

Verita_Bike_Jacket_ThumbRain can quickly snafu your inspiration of biking to the office. The drip-drop sounds on a window-pane in the AM, and your well-intended bike commuting plans are on hold.

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Mar

2011

Mammut Dobson Pant review
Written by Jason Elliot   

Mammut DobsonThe corn snow condition that come with late winter and spring skiing adds a challenge to a sun-filled slope day. The repetitive thawing and freezing gives a nice crusty cover for first tracks.

You’ll get some added pole plants going through the flats and working your way to the lift after your run, but the soft midday snow makes the moguls forgiving and still fun.

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Mar

2011

Pop Outerwear Slim Fit Cargo Pant review
Written by Jason Elliot   

Pop Outerwear Slim Fit Cargo PantPop Outerwear is new to the snowsports outerwear community. The company’s recipe for success is an apparel line that mixes one-part urban with one-part backcountry.

The Slim Fit Cargo Pant is touted by the company as functional for any part of the mountain while chic enough to keep on for a trendy tapas restaurant with your boarding buds.

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22

Feb

2011

66 Degrees North Vatnajokull Softshell Jacket review
Written by Jon Root   

Vatnajokull Softshell JacketWhen you conjure up visions of Icelanders, frigid climate conditions immediately come to mind. Having the same name as the largest glacier in Iceland, the 66 Degrees North Vatnajokull Softshell Jacket is a simple, versatile, hooded mid-layer outerwear jacket.

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21

Feb

2011

Swany Eco-Gaunt Gloves review
Written by Jason Elliot   

Swany Eco-Gaunt GlovesSwany’s enviro-friendly Eco-Circle line is touted as the first “Cradle to Grave” recyclable gloves and mittens. Swany’s closed-loop recycling process for polyester products can eliminate any pair of Eco-Circle gloves taking up space in a landfill. Once your Swany gloves are spent, pop the pair in the company provided envelope and drop the package in the mail to Swany’s Johnston, New York location.

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15

Feb

2011

Giro Seam Snowsports Helmet review
Written by Alex Strickland   

Giro SeamAs helmets become the standard headwear on ski hills, Giro has wasted no time putting its years of cycling helmet expertise to work on the snow, experience that’s evident in the Seam, Giro’s high-end all-mountain lid.

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Feb

2011

HESTRA Heli 3-Finger Gloves review
Written by Karen Nitkin   

Hestra Heli 3-Finger GlovesThe Hestra Heli 3-Finger Gloves are available in a shorter and slimmer shape for female hands. Designed for keeping hands warm and dry while skiing or boarding in deep snow, these stylish gloves sport a three-finger design that provides the warmth of mittens (well, almost) while giving more flexibility and control because the pointer finger has its own compartment.

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Feb

2011

Mammut Robella Jacket review
Written by Sarah Klingler   

Mammut RobellaOften women have to sacrifice either fashion or function when buying a winter jacket. The Mammut Robella jacket offers both. The Robella is perfect for skiing, boarding, and most outdoor winter activities, but its sleek design will have you reaching for it for trips to the grocery store, commuting to work, walking the dog, or anything that takes you out the front door on a cold day.

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27

Jan

2011

Ruff Wear Cloud Chaser Jacket review
Written by Jason Elliot, Cocoa   

Ruffwear Cloud ChaserGetting up and going on a winter morning is difficult for people. It's just as difficult for our canine family members. The cold weather outside makes a warm cozy bed more inviting. And forget about going out for a brisk hike or snowshoe trek with your four-legged friend.

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25

Jan

2011

Icebreaker GT 260 Pursuit Zip Top & Legging review
Written by Andrew Horton   

Icebreaker GT 260 Pursuit ZipOn its Web site, Icebreaker asks customers, “Could this be the perfect base layer?” Could the Icebreaker GT 260 Pursuit base layer, complete with a long-sleeve Pursuit zip top and leggings, be the missing link for athletes who cannot and will not be slowed by snow, sleet, wind, or freezing rain?

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